(LARGE PRINT EDITION) 1920. The memoirs of Perry Whiting, a founder
of one of the pioneer distributors of building materials in
southern California, the Whiting-Mead Company. Whiting writes in
the dedication: I dedicate these memoirs to the young men and women
who have an ambition to become successful in life's struggle,
hoping that reading of my varied experiences will inspire some of
you to become thrifty and save sufficiently while young and strong,
to supply your needs when old and weak.
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